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Castello di Soave, Soave

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The castle is very beautiful and there is lots of ruins to see! If you have children they will like it! Or if you are on your own or as a couple it is a beautiful scenery! Next to the castle there is ...  more »
  • The Scaliger Castle, visible from the highway, can be reached easily by car, or going up in 5 minutes walk from the village centre. It is well preserved, with only a couple of locals and the tower. Visiting Soave worth the climb. You can take good pictures from the surrounding vineyards, better in the morning. A little pricey admission, 7 euros.
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  • There is so much to see but the walls and towers are well preserved. Maybe i'm a little excessive ticket 7 euro!
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  • A beautiful castle facing a spectacular panorama. There was only a few visitors when we visited it in March. So it was very peaceful and quiet there but windy! Don't forget to take your jacked and even a hat with you.
  • I don't understand why there aren't more people visiting this place. Just superb.
  • Very pretty castle with lovely views of Soave
  • Breathtaking 😍😍😍
  • This place amazed me because there are many more to see than you think looking from the outside. Especially the rooms that were inhabited are gems! You just have to pay attention to opening hours which are quite scarce. The visit is definitely worth it!
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